Mikke Pierson

Malibu City Councilman-elect

Malibu City Councilman-elect

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Malibu wants to outlaw all pesticides, including anticoagulant rodenticides that are used to kill rats, because those pesticides end up killing a lot of birds and other animals that…

Malibu’s efforts to ban all pesticides within city limits

Malibu wants to outlaw all pesticides, including anticoagulant rodenticides that are used to kill rats, because those pesticides end up killing a lot of birds and other animals that…

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We've just had the terrible Camp and Woolsey fires. More of those fires will come again -- bigger and hotter.

California Wildfires: Learning to Live in the New Abnormal

We've just had the terrible Camp and Woolsey fires. More of those fires will come again -- bigger and hotter.

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If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

Malibu after the fires: tin roofs, concrete structures and tiny homes?

If you live in Malibu you live with the knowledge that your life and home run the risk of fire.

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